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Over The Edge Radio Archive (Seeland 031). Negativland's live mix radio show "Over The Edge" has been the longest-running block of free-form audio collage in radio history. With Negativland's Don Joyce at the helm, the weekly show was broadcast from KPFA FM in Berkeley California from 1981 to 2015. His death on July 22, 2015 closed a very large and long chapter in the group's history.

Here is how Don and Negativland described Over The Edge in texts drawn from over three decades of promoting the show:

"OTE's weekly themed mixes are made live and spontaneously on the air from a variety of formats and equipment used to do live sound cut ups and collage while mixing, including the frequent use of the now long dead analog technology of radio broadcast cart machines. On each themed episode of OTE there is a plan and there is no plan. Existing within the parallel universe of the Universal Media Netweb, the OTE mix consists of found sounds of many kinds from many sources put together on the run as the continuous audio collage progresses, along with live electronics (often from our Boopers), live sound processing, and all sorts of reccuring themes, topics and characters. Some of the shows involve all of Negativland, while some involve others outside of our group who participate semi-regularly. Beyond those, there are regular solo show broadcasts by Negativland member Don Joyce, who is the FCC license holder and responsible for filling the radio slot each week. All in all, if you like Negativland, you will like these shows, no matter who is involved, as they all maintain a "Negativ" touch based on our live mixing techniques. OTE often employs “Receptacle Programming,” which means you. Phone callers are punched into our mix with no warning. Call 510-848-4425 to deposit your programming. When your phone stops ringing, you’re on the air. Don’t say 'hello'."

A good overview of Over The Edge, Negativland, and Don Joyce's legacy can be found at this link.

Don's detailed 1995 essay about "Over The Edge."

For an informative bio on Negativland's past, present, and future, try this link.

Besides Negativland's many studio recordings, over the years a small selection of Over The Edge shows have been carefully edited into CD releases, often with elaborate packaging, and can be found here.

For updates on what the group is currently up to try Negativland's Facebook page.

NOTE 1: This archive began in September of 2015 by posting 941 three-to-five-hour-long episodes of Over The Edge from Don’s own personal air checks. That's over 3200 hours of live radio. There are still gaps in this archive to be filled over time (especially the early years. The 2015 shows will go live soon), so please contact Negativland at ote@negativland if you have any shows that we are missing. When you do, put "OTE" in the subject line. Our spam filters are set on high, and anything not having that tag will be junked. We're figuring that spam robots are not yet sophisticated enough to understand this paragraph, so we should be safe for a while.

NOTE 2: Individual show descriptions found here are mostly written by Don, but if a show description is missing and you’d like to contribute one, write it up as a "review" of the episode and let us know that you posted it. We are working on new and better ways to search this archive, and if you have ideas about that, drop us a line. And if you are that person who listens to every single show up here, however many years it takes you, please tell us!

NOTE 3: From 1981 to 1985, Over The Edge was on Sunday nights from 2am to 7pm. From 1985 onwards, the show has been on Thursday nights from midnight until either 3am or 5am, depending on which week of the month it was. The show was never on for the first week of each month, which is why there are never 52 shows in any given year.

NOTE 4: Though Over The Edge and Receptacle Programming continues to exist, evolve, and is still broadcasting each week on KPFA FM, this archive consists of the episodes helmed by Don Joyce. Once we have all of 2015 up, it will end on the episode broadcast immediately after his passing, "There Is No Don."

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Over the Edge: Untitled Negativland Live Mix: "An Experiment of Sorts". Originally aired on July 6th, 1981 on KPFA radio. Featuring Negativland. Runtime 01:33:25. These early 80s OTE shows were recorded onto reel-to-reel recording tape. We couldn't afford to buy enough tape to record every show and keep the recordings, so Don would edit out the best bits and use the rest of the tape to record the following weeks show. So that's why all these early shows are partial only. "My...
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Over the Edge: California Superstation. Originally aired in January of 1983 on KPFA radio. Runtime 3h:23m:44s. The California Super Station was Dick Vaughn's precursor programming to "Moribund Music Of The 70s." This is a combination of two CSS shows from '83 and '84. Although Dick's OTE CDs have all the records edited out, this is how it was done on the air with all the 70s cuts played in their entirety. The radio point here was to "convince" KPFA listeners that the station...
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Jul 4, 1986 Over the Edge
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Over the Edge: Fourth of July. Originally aired July 4th, 1986 on KPFA radio. Runtime 2h:42m:28s. This surviving example from the early days of receptacle programming has patriotic callers of interesting persuasions competing for holiday attention. A live audio mix of American cultural types pressed together along with the fervent patriotism sustaining them. From the Credibility Gap's Nixon to Jonathan Winters' wealthy industrialist, and that subversive Rock & Roll everywhere. A theatrical...
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May 8, 2003
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Taking a lot of authentic top 40 radio DJ recordings, along with lots of soft drink spots done by pop bands of the day, all of which was recorded off broadcasts in 1965, I add some songs from 1965 that may or may not have been played on the radio, and you have a simulation of an impossible top 40 show from 1965. A pivotal year of psychic change ranging from Brill Building hits to the British invasion and the pre-grass Beatles, to Dylan at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival going way against the...
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Nov 17, 2005
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The cast of characters remains more or less the same, but there's so much of them you still have never heard most of it before. From the best of OTE to the LA riots and the Duchess Of Earl, you'll wonder whatever happened to radio.
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Dec 22, 2005
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Long time caller, Suicide Man, joins me, Izzy Isn't, to co-host "The Suicide Hotline" in which we invite all comments and proposals concerning the timeless human right to do it. Mostly a call-in talk show whose purpose is to enable and encourage suicide, we cover the history, traditions and future potentials of suicide as a reasonable response to life as we know it.
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Don't worry, this is the last one. But we couldn't sum up the career of Richard Lyons without focusing on his culmination of radio disconcertion, Dick Vaughn. This guy was all about Moribund Music Of The 70s, and he did it first. Bringing 70s nostalgia to the early 80s, Dick Vaughn shrewdly tapped in to all that music that captivated his listener demographics when they were in high school, and they rewarded him with somewhat questionable devotion. Then he died in a plane crash. Well, let's move...
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Apr 27, 2006
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In a completely related turnaround, we begin a series on radio history and how it happened. From Morse and Marconi, into the 20s and the earliest commercial stations, we follow the emergence of this amazing invention that burst into national consciousness at the turn of the 20th Century with lots of vintage audio, Edison discs, and a view of the culture and technology that informed it.
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May 11, 2006
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We continue through the 20s and 30s, with the development of early radio, the spread of stations, and emerging content from comedy to melodrama.
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May 18, 2006
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We focus on 1938 and Orsen Well's "War Of The Worlds" broadcast that caused a panic among listeners. I play the whole original broadcast along with a lot of material about the Mercury Theatre production, including fiction about the making of it and post show debate and commentary of the time.
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Jun 1, 2006 Don Joyce
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Beginning around 1939, we follow radio's presentation of WW II as it began. In the 30s you could buy swastika "lucky charms," news and commentary about the world on the brink, The Third Reich begins attacking Europe, Edward R. Murrow reports profusely from England at war, and Pearl Harbor is attacked. Fiction, actualities, and music of the radio day. -- Don Joyce
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Over the Edge Radio
Jun 15, 2006
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Radio from Pearl Harbor through the early days of WW II, with lengthy focus on a Roosevelt fireside chat given three months after Pearl Harobr. Big Bands rule. England endures. Fibber Mcgee can't listen to his radio and Lum and Abner finally get that rocket to Mars launched, but propaganda from both sides takes up much of radio's time.
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Jun 22, 2006
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On through the war - Murrow over Berlin, Hop Harrigan, Tokyo Rose, The A-Bomb is conceived and development begins by Germany and the U.S., Tom Mix and radium, big bands and big band songs, The Lone Ranger begins, an extensive eyewitness report from the invasion of Normandy, and victory in Europe, but it goes on in the Pacific.
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Jun 29, 2006
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A 5-hour edition covers the defeat of Germany and the continuing war with Japan. Orsen Welles returns with his brand of patriotism in the Lockheed Vega program, "Ceiling Unlimited," Nazi death camps are exposed by Edward Murrow, and battlefield radio covers island invasions across the pacific until the atomic bomb is dropped and the war ends. Hiroshima immediately enters the English language and then it's songs. Two years later, as Superman battles the Atomic Man, the first flying...
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Jul 6, 2006
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Still in the time frame of Part 7 (Late Ô40s and early Ô50s) we focus in depth on the birth of both the atomic age and the modern UFO phenomenon as they both appeared on radio of the time. As post war atomic bomb testing on Bikini Island in the Pacific is covered by radio, Kenneth Arnold launches the term "flying saucer" after sighting a few while flying over Washington State. The Government establishes a series of UFO investigative groups culminating in Project Blue Book, as nation...
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Jul 13, 2006
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20060713,13-Jul-06,How Radio Was Done Pt. 9,solo,From the late Ô40s into the early Ô50s, we continue to cover developments of the time on the radio. Howard Hughes' Spruce Goose "flight" is covered live in 1947, the Beats emerge to become beatniks, dope enters mainstream radio fiction, Lenny Bruce ties for first place on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts in '48, the term, "Rock & Roll" enters our musical language, and the Communist menace is accompanied by atomic civil...
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Jul 20, 2006
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Radio continues in the early 50s, including the rise of Rock & Roll with Alan Freed at the microphone, at live shows, and in Hollywood, Tupperwear is born, the Russians get the bomb, Doo Wop rules, as does advertising, and Receptacle Programming returns with a discussion with callers of KPFA's new language dump button.
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Jul 27, 2006
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The 50s continue with Alan Freed still in charge and presenting Rock & Roll live (some of the earliest rockers playing for live audiences in the 50s), whites cover the black hits, the end of the Tupperwear saga, Tom Corbit in space, the hydrogen bomb and celebrity civil defense, rock history documentaries collide, and a TV quiz show on radio.
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Aug 10, 2006
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Still stuck on the 50s with Elvis, Elvis, Elvis. Lots of 50s radio interviews, rarely heard early live performances including many of his earliest TV appearances, lots of his less familiar songs, and 50s media reactions to this emergence of blatantly suggestive sexuality. "Rock & Roll is here to stay but I wish I wasn't" - Groucho Marx.
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Over the Edge Radio
Aug 17, 2006
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After reviewing how we got here, the late 50s roll on inside the radio with the history of Rock & Roll, a heavier Soviet A-bomb requiring a bigger rocket thrust which produces the first satellite, Beatniks reacting to American materialism, some communist Disney music, and Stan Freeburg and Lonnie Donnegan sing Rock Island Line.
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Over the Edge Radio
Aug 31, 2006
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Beginning in the late 50s and pushing into the early 60s, for five hours we cover the decline of the first generation of rock, yet another UFO, the Soviet vs. American space programs, the cold war and the bomb, the golden age of the western genre, and the beginning of the girl group explosion.
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Sep 14, 2006
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Through the early 60s, we cover girl groups coming to predominance in Rock, Folk music and Bob Dylan emerging, Peter, Paul, and Mary appear with Jack Benny, JFK speaks, the Mercury Space Program launches continue as radio fiction goes to the moon, and radio DJs just go on and on.
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Sep 21, 2006
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Predominantly all about the '63 JFK assassination over several days as recorded live at KLIF in Dallas at the time, we also cover music and comedy of the day with Phil Spector, Nichols and May, Lenny Bruce, and the folk music boom waiting in the wings.
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Sep 28, 2006
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After some opening announcements by Izzy Isn't, we start creeping into the mid Ô60s with DJs of the time, all the hits, lots of Andy Warhol, H bomb love, the Beatles in the studio, and Bob Dylan's 1965 Newport "electric surprise" show introduced by Jumpin' Jack Jackson.
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Over the Edge Radio
Oct 5, 2006
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In our patented one step forward and three steps back process of revealing history as if it happened on the radio, we begin around 1962 and don't even get to '66 again. The early Ô60s Beatles predominate, Bob Dylan does takes, Coca Cola everywhere, Surf culture and the Beach Boys, and Boss Radio is the radio boss. Brought to you by Coke.
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Oct 12, 2006
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An early to mid 60s look at the Beatniks' progress, the H bomb, People Are No Good, the words to Mission Impossible, Dylan rehearsing, top 40 blaring, MLK saved by not sneezing, and students revolting, but you'll never walk alone Ð a double play!
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Nov 9, 2006
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"65 turns into '66 with the focus on the touring Beatles at the end of that rope. WABC's continuous coverage of the Beatles in New York City, Casey Kasem reads a Beatle fan letter, DJs rant, IDs play, The Byrds are influenced, and lots of live Beatle performances, chopped and not.
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Nov 16, 2006
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Slowing to a snail's pace as the relevant material increases, we remain inside 1966 once again where the Beatles are still more popular than Jesus, their studio music becoming more complicated as their desire to play live diminishes. Meanwhile, Scott Muni holds forth at WOR, radio comes to Vietnam, Neil Cassidy drives, Ken Keasey begins the San Francisco Acid Tests, and Timothy Leary expounds on psychedelics and LSD.
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Nov 23, 2006
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Our roaming radio is stuck in 1966. Bob Dylan brings electricity to England and holds a press conference in San Francisco, The Beatles on tour continue to exhaust everyone, Bobby Kennedy sings his greatest hit, And hot jocks of the year, who all talk rapidly, lurch toward their next Thanksgiving turkey shoot. Also playing on this radio, The Rolling Stones, Them, The Hollies, The Dave Clark Five, Peter and Gordon, Etc.
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Nov 30, 2006
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A five hour edition. Beginning with a flashback into the development of Motown and Soul radio, not to mention Malcom X, through '66, we then lurch into 1967 from Radio Caroline where they're first to play "A Whiter Shade of Pale" and confront the government with "illegal" broadcasting. The Beatles produce Sargent Pepper, San Francisco's first underground station, KMPX, reaches the air with Edward Bear and Tom Donahue as the San Francisco bands emerge, Dylan refuses to give...
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Dec 7, 2006
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In this normally unscheduled edition (being the first Thursday of the month), it's all '67 and psychedelia explodes all over us from Hendrix in the studio, Timothy Leary's LP, More Marshall McLuhan on wax, 60s radio bloopers, Pink Floyd's first album, Jeff Beck, Lothar and the Hand People, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Tom Donahue and The Grateful Dead on KMPX, John Cage interviewed on WBAI, and that whole Ô67 wave of music which freaked out at the end and turned into noise.
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Dec 14, 2006
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The '67 beat goes on. Timothy Leary and Marshall McLuhan continue as the Hippies are born, Bill Graham and the San Francisco sound emerge in much unreleased live music from Ô67 by Jefferson Airplane, Big Brother And The Holding Company, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and beyond. Neil Cassidy and the acid tests, Chicken Man, and more DJs of the day on the air.
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Dec 21, 2006
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1967 flowers with the Beatles making the Magical Mystery Tour film and album, The Supremes and their Coke ad, John Cage and Morton Feldman discuss radio and silence, and back to San Francisco for the Human Be-In, The Diggers, and seminal bands playing for free in the street, including some dynamite live Moby Grape and Mother Earth. Lots of music in this one.
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Dec 28, 2006
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More Beatles on the Magical Mystery Tour, The Porch Patrol's Oldie McOlderson is live in the studio to interview Izzy Isn't concerning his draft dodging days, the San Francisco music scene continues to develop, and it's a 1967 New Years celebrity explosion at KRLA in Los Angeles.
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Over the Edge Radio
Jan 18, 2007
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1967 radio continues with a WBAI discussion between John Cage and Morton Feldman about the intrusion of radio in modern sound, Martin Luther King gives a startling speech against the Vietnam war, Tom Donahue interviews the Grateful Dead on San Francisco's KMPX, as British and American psychedelic music plays right through the evolving social and musical turmoil.
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Over the Edge Radio
Jan 25, 2007
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It's finally 1968 and we tip toe through the horrors, as well as the tulips. Black soldiers discuss the raging war in Vietnam and at home. The assassinations of Malcom X, Martin Luther King, and Robert Kennedy, the Democratic Convention riots in Chicago, feminists demonstrate at the Miss America Pagent, and life becomes a style.
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Over the Edge Radio
Feb 8, 2007
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We continue 1968 radio with a budding radio host making tapes during his combat duty in Vietnam, William F. Buckley interviewing Jack Kerouac on the meaning of the hippies, the Firesign Theatre getting re-grooved, A Child's Garden Of Grass, and a lot more music about all this.
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Feb 15, 2007
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1968 radio continues with the sound of San Francisco's KSAN, The Firesign Theatre on the freeway, Vietnam at the flip of a switch, the saga of Charles Manson and the Beach Boys, Tom Donahue interviews Frank Zappa, The Beatles form Apple and Yoko joins the band, The '68 Elvis comeback show, and a 15 minute Quicksilver Calvary mash-up.
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Over the Edge Radio
Feb 22, 2007
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Continuing 1968 with evolving British blues bands, leading to Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, and the birth of heavy metal in Rock & Roll. Also more KSAN air checks from '68, a look at sex in the 60s with ads, groupies to the stars recounting their experiences, and songs of the day on the subject. Lots of '68 blues-based music throughout from the U.S. and Britain.
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Mar 22, 2007
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Pink Floyd begins and1968 morphs into 1969 with the emergence of southern soul at StaxVolt, the extensive formats at the AFVN radio network in Vietnam are sampled, and following an ad for the soundtrack to 2001, our first and only trip to the moon begins.
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Over the Edge Radio
Mar 29, 2007
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America's trip to land on the moon begins this five hour show about 1969 and the radio that accompanied it. The Moody Blues, Pink Floyd, and King Crimson releases from Ô69 set the mood. Continuing with the simultaneous irony of the Vietnam War being fought, we move through the sunset years of the Beatles with lots of bootleg music from their later recording sessions, along with Lennon and Yoko interviews from their Bed-Ins held in Toronto and Montreal.
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Apr 12, 2007
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1969 continues with a twisted tribute to Woodstock, involving The Natioinal Lampoon's Lemmings, The Credibility Gap's Woodshtick, and a major focus on Jimi Hendrix, including several of his performances at Woodstock and an interview from '69.
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Over the Edge Radio
Apr 19, 2007
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One last gasp for '69. The Altimont concert brings the era of peace and love to a disastrous conclusion as the Hell's Angels security beats up hippies in front of the stage, one of whom is shot to death as the Rolling Stones played. Music and commentary on the day's events from participating bands, and lots more music from '69 as the Beatles and their Apple label stumble towards breakup.
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Over the Edge Radio
May 17, 2007
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Breaking the decade barrier, we move into 1970 with Jean Shepherd and Negativland doing the same song, 70s radio bloopers, Who's on first, Radio Hanoi and the Vietnam War with Scoop Nisker, station Id composites galore, and filling up the rest with some big chunks of music (live and not) about bell bottoms, long hair, southern men, and cowgirls in the sand.
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Jun 14, 2007
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1970 radio continues with the Chicago 7 trial and comments from the participants. Timothy Leary's arrest for drug offenses and his escape from prison and flight to Algeria with a little help from the Weathermen. The Beatles have still not called it quits and plan the rooftop concert as their next album. Music and DJs of the time fill it out.
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Jun 21, 2007
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Still in 1970, and in more extended segments, the Beatles finally break up after Abby Road and that long and winding road forks four ways forever, the Gredibility Gap reviews the Kent State trial, and Vietnam on the radio here and there, along with news, DJs, and music of the year.
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Jun 28, 2007
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This final look a 1970 on the radio includes conversations with John Cage from WBAI, the historical plight of native Americans from Elton John and The Last Poets, various college radio DJs, The Firesign Theatre on KPFK, Zappa speaks and The Mothers Of Invention live, Captain Beefheart, Bob Dylan and all the tired horses, Melanie, and news and DJs on the 1970 dial.
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Jul 5, 2007
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This unscheduled edition of OTE begins1971 with the Firesign Theatre's Ô71 "Bozos" album which is played throughout, along with a statement by Eldridge Cleaver from Algeria on the Black Panther "bust" of Timothy Leary and his wife, Rosemary, who were hiding out in Algeria with the Panthers after Leary escaped prison in the U.S. Also black and white incompatibility as displayed in an extended remix of The Last Poets. We continue with more war in Vietnam, songs, news, and DJs...
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Jul 12, 2007
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1971 continues with the Credibility Gap's "Tricia's Honeymoon," then Iggy Pop and Alice Cooper, Monty Python, a tribute to the deaths of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Jim Morrison, and another tribute to James Brown and the emergence of Funk and Funkadelic. Also stations, music, and DJs from '71 throughout.
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Jul 19, 2007
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Aug 16, 2007
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